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American Taylor claims Classic title

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Mike Taylor of Pennsylvania came out tops at the Bermuda Open Tenpin Classic Tournament which concluded at the Warwick Lanes on the weekend.

Taylor pocketed $3,500 for his efforts as the stepladder format for the top five bowlers produced some low scores.

Bermuda's Levinc Samuels and John York of South Carolina battled it out to the end with Samuels ending the match four pins higher than York.

Samuels then climbed the ladder to take on third place Andrew Shultz, with Samuels again winning by four pins.

David Maycock, who finished the qualifying in second place, was next on the list for Samuels, but Maycock didn't give Samuels a chance as he tore up the lanes with a 226 to Samuels' 168 win to advance to meet first-placed Taylor.

Maycock provided a good challenge but came up short by ten pins as Taylor won the championship, bowling a 192 to Maycock's 182.

The tournament for the high average bowlers concluded over the weekend with a record entry of 33, including six women.

To qualify, bowlers had to bowl ten games in two, five-game blocks starting on Saturday.

Competition was fierce with bowlers trying to make the top 12 cash positions.

The top five then proceeded to the stepladder format for the BOTC Championship.

Top 12

1. Mike Taylor, Pa. USA

2. David Maycock, Bermuda

3. Andrew Shultz, Florida USA

4. Levinc Samuels, Bermuda

5. John York, South Carolina, USA

6. Lamar Richardson $1450

7. Matthew Viney $1425

8. Jermaine Desilva $1400

9. Patrice Tucker $1375

10. Damien Matthews $1300

11. Mike McCallum $1250

12. Renalda Bean $1150

Final Stepladder results:

1. Mike Taylor $3500

2. David Maycock $1850

3. Levinc Samuels $1650

4. Andrew Shultz $1450

5. John York $1500

Crystal Trophy

(first place woman)

Patrice Tucker

Bermuda Open Tenpin Classic Tournament champion Mike Taylor is pictured with his trophy with tournament official Marj Correia.
Mike Taylor of Pennsylvania with his silverware after winning the Bermuda Open Tenpin Classic on the weekend.

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Published November 05, 2013 at 2:21 pm (Updated November 05, 2013 at 2:21 pm)

American Taylor claims Classic title

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